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Mario Bautista, has been with the entertainment industry for more than 4 decades. He writes regular columns for People's Journal and Malaya.

Nov 18, 2015

JM De Guzman's Immediate Family Should Guide Him To Seek Professional Help From Experts Who'll Help Him Regain Psychological & Emotional Stability

JM DE GUZMAN’S posts on his social media account are obvious cries for help by a very damaged person. He admits he is bipolar and even adds: “I lost control with myself again and I would like to apologize from the bottom of my heart. That was uncalled for. Please don’t blame Jessy (Mendiola) or ABS-CBN and my All of Me family. I was going through very tough times, but by the grace of God, He guided me well and filled my heart with nothing but joy and peace. Again I sincerely apologize. Anxiety attacks and bipolar and depression. My occasional friends. Peace.”

He has lost all his acting assignments because of rumors of his backsliding and going back to his old vices again. Being jobless and idle could only trigger more depression that could lead to something even worse. His immediate family, like his parents and siblings, are the ones who should be directly concerned and responsible for him.

He should be guided to seek professional help from the experts on psychological and emotional stability. He was able to make a successful comeback in the hit indie film, “That Thing Called Tadhana”, which even gave him a best actor award, but what he gained back definitely went down the drain after he misbehaved again. What a waste of great talent.